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Case Study Private client – Hampshire

The Client:

Private client - Hampshire



The Job:

Extension and renovation of a family house

What we did:

Our client came to us with an open brief to design a family home that worked for busy family life, incorporating teenagers, dogs and working from home.  Over a period of weeks, we gradually developed a theme that suited the family with a nod to the fact that it was an older house in a semi-rural location. We agreed on a modern country style with reclaimed flooring and rustic tiling and took inspiration from a small sample of fabric for the colours throughout the home.

Layout was key, with an extension across the full width of the house including bifold doors to the garden, and materials were repeated throughout the design to give a cohesive feel. The entire floorplan was reconfigured, with an ensuite added to the master bedroom and a utility room incorporated on the ground floor with an adjacent shower room.

Muted heritage colours were used throughout, with bespoke joinery including fitted wardrobes and panelling. Burnt orange was used as an accent colour across the scheme, featuring in the soft seating, accessories and tiling in the back of fireplaces. The highlight of the home is the beautiful deep blue kitchen with Lacanche range cooker and wine cooler that perfectly suit our client’s dual passions for cooking and wine collecting.

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Access was restricted, which also impacted on site storage. As a fast-moving project, coordination with trades was critical to hitting all milestones.




A stunning family home that remains true to its original design whilst being brought completely up to date for modern living.



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